Friday, 16 March 2012

Goldman Sachs Reeling from Employee Charges, CFTC Fine

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Goldman Sachs Corporation is facing a new wave of charges of not looking out for the interests of its clients this week, as one corporate vice president published a resignation March 14 letter in the New York Times and the company agreed March 13 to pay a $7 million fine to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Goldman Sachs stock took a hit on the two-pronged attack March 14, losing $2.2 billion in stock value with a three-percent plunge, though the stock recovered significantly the next day. 

Goldman Sachs is Wall Street's investment banking giant, with 33,000 employees, $28.8 billion in annual revenue and $4.4 billion in profit in 2011. 

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